Clemson vs. LSU Odds, Betting Trends: Early Action Moving National Championship Spread
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- Early action is moving the spread for the 2020 National Championship Game.
- Learn how bettors are already driving Clemson vs. LSU line movement.
After wins in Saturday’s College Football Playoff Seminfinals, Clemson and LSU have advanced to the National Championship Game, which will kickoff at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, Jan. 13.
Here’s a look at early Clemson vs. LSU odds and betting trends.
Odds as of Dec. 29 at 8:15 a.m. ET and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
Clemson vs. LSU Odds, Betting Trends
The Tigers throttled the Oklahoma Sooners in the Peach Bowl, so it’s no surprise to see LSU open as a 4.5-point favorite over Clemson in the national title game.
Bettors are clearly impressed with Ed Orgeron’s team, as 76% of spread tickets have jumped at the chance to lay the number with Tigers.
With early action all over the favorites, the Clemson vs. LSU spread has ballooned to -6 at FanDuel.
Entering Saturday’s games, The Action Network’s college football power ratings made the true spread for this matchup Clemson -4, so it’ll be interesting to monitor whether this number moves back toward the opener over the next 15 days.
The Clemson vs. LSU total is attracting similarly lopsided action with 80% of bets on the over.
Oddsmakers have reacted by kicking the over/under from an opener of 68.5 to 69.
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